# NEXT 300 400 500 100 200 Physical Properties States of Matter Mixtures Solutions Ch. 1 Vocab. This & That 100 200 300 400 500 400 Team One.

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300 400 500 100 200 Physical Properties States of Matter Mixtures Solutions Ch. 1 Vocab. This & That 100 200 300 400 500 400 Team One Team Two Team Three Team Four Team Five Team Six

What do you call anything that takes up space? Show Answer

matter 100 Back to Board

Which has a greater density? A two cm. cube of foam or a two cm. cube of steel? Show Answer

The cube of steel. Bonus (100pts): The mass of the steel cube is 50 grams. The volume is 2 mL. What is it’s density? 200 Back to Board

What is the formula for density? Show Answer

Mass ÷ Volume = Density 300 Back to Board

Name 4 physical properties you could use to identify this object. Show Answer

Color, texture, taste, mass, volume, weight, and shape are just some of them. 400 Back to Board

Name 3 things that have a greater mass than Mr. Heinz. Then name 3 things that have a mass less than Mr. Heinz. Show Answer

Examples: Greater: an elephant, a train, our school Less: a paper clip, any of his students, a thumbs-up slip 500 Back to Board

What are the 3 states of matter? Show Answer

Solid, liquid & gas 100 Back to Board

a. I have a definite shape and a definite size b. I have no definite shape or size. c. I have no definite shape, but I do have a definite size. Show Answer Liquid Gas Solid Match the state of matter to its description

200 Back to Board I have a definite shape and a definite size I have no definite shape or size. I have no definite shape, but I do have a definite size. Liquid Gas Solid Draw a line from the state of matter to its description

Label the state of matter underneath each picture of their particles of matter Show Answer

300 Back to Board LiquidSolidGas

What affects the boiling point of water? Show Answer

altitude 400 Back to Board

My particles are arranged neatly in a tight pattern. What state of matter am I? Show Answer

Solid Bonus (100pts): Describe how my particles move. 500 Back to Board

Salt water is an example of a ___. Show Answer

solution 100 Back to Board

Name a solid that has a great solubility. Name a solid that has little or no solubility. Show Answer

Examples: Greatest solubility— salt, sugar, baking soda Little or no solubility— sand, plastic, glass 200 Back to Board

A measure of how much material will dissolve in another kind of matter. Show Answer

solubility 300 Back to Board

I have a mixture of dirt, water, broken paper clips, and oil. YUCK! How will I separate everything? Show Answer

Use a magnet to pick up paper clips. Use a paper filter to filter out the dirt. Let the water and oil separate in its container. 400 Back to Board

Look at this graph of the solubility of sugar in water. What conclusion can you make from the data? Show Answer

As the temperature increases, the solubility increases. 500 Back to Board

The amount of space matter takes up. Show Answer

volume 100 Back to Board

The amount of matter something contains. Show Answer

mass 200 Back to Board

The amount of matter compared to the volume. Show Answer

density 300 Back to Board

Two or more substances that are combined without changing any of them. Show Answer

mixture 400 Back to Board

A type of mixture where some of the ingredients fall to the bottom. Show Answer

suspension 500 Back to Board

Why does oil float on top of water? Show Answer

Because oil is less dense than water. 100 Back to Board

What tool would you use to measure the mass of an object? Show Answer

A balance 200 Back to Board

Show Answer What physical property would be most useful to tell the difference between salt and sugar?

300 Back to Board taste

Put the following substances in order from less dense to most dense: Aluminum Plastic Copper Balsa Wood Brass 2.7 1.2 8.9 0.2 8.5 ____ ____ ____ _____ ____ Show Answer

Put the following substances in order from less dense to most dense: Aluminum Plastic Copper Balsa Wood Brass 2.7 1.2 8.9 0.2 8.5 _3__ _2__ __5_ __1__ __4_ 400 Back to Board

Show Answer Circle the words below that are not matter. Birthdays Water Air Heat Light Chocolate Helium Mr. Thornton’s Voice

500 Back to Board Birthdays Water Air Heat Light Chocolate Helium Mr. Thornton’s Voice

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Show Answer Compare a ping-pong ball to a golf ball using the following physical properties: Mass Texture Density

To End The ping-pong ball has less mass than the golf ball. The ping-pong ball has a smooth texture, and the golf ball has a bumpy texture. The ping-pong ball is less dense than the golf ball.

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